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The largest kosher certification agency says it "would not have a problem" certifying marijuana-based foods.
It's not your fault that you ate an entire pizza.
One industry analyst says, "Whole Foods could be the Whole Foods of cannabis."
Local advocacy groups are worried that people might hand kids Buddafingers instead of Butterfingers.
"Lucky for us, local law enforcement has been chill on the issue thus far."
"It could have been cocaine in that little baggie."
New rules also require labels to list the amount of marijuana per serving.
Are Ganja Joy bars tricking customers?
He baked hash oil into them, so police weighed the whole batch.
"It shouldn't look like candy," the state says.
"It just stinks," says one edibles producer.
117-boxes-in two-hours kind of smart.
Plus Federal Donuts on "The Chew"; and Pub & Kitchen reopens.
Literally the exact same thing happened last month.
The grass is always greener on the other side of the law!
And the cops in Ashland, Oregon, want to smoke it out of town.
Like you and the degenerates you play Hacky Sack with, these donuts and cookies are freshly baked.